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Exercise and Movement

As you know, exercise is good for all of us.

But, did you know exercise can help us not only keep healthy, fit and maintain a healthy weight?

Exercise also helps to -

  • Improve coordination
  • Strengthen our muscles
  • Improves sleep
  • And improves social development such as – behaviour, confidence and improves mood and self-esteem.
  • Helps with learning

Exercise is also good for our brains it helps our concentration and attention, as well as making us feel good.

For those with ADHD this is interesting as exercise could help with some of the symptoms of ADHD.

Exercise can give you a mental boost.

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Exercise and Movement

  • All Exercise Helps

  • Movement breaks

  • Exercise or moving can also help within everyday life, especially those with neurodiversity.

  • More information

  • References

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